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One house, one voice, one heart : Native American education at the Santa Fe Indian School

Author: Sally Hyer; Joseph Abeyta; Margaret Szasz
Publisher: Santa Fe, NM : Museum of New Mexico Press, ©1990.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS) is a secondary school (middle and high school) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. It was founded in 1890[2] as a boarding school for Native American children from the state's Indian pueblos. But in the course of its history, the school has also served as a major cultural catalyst for the Native American community throughout the United States. Beginning as a boarding school for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sally Hyer; Joseph Abeyta; Margaret Szasz
ISBN: 0890132127 9780890132128 0890132135 9780890132135
OCLC Number: 22209016
Description: xi, 108 pages : illustrations ; 26 x 29 cm
Contents: I. "We little ones suffered a lot at Santa Fe" (1890-1929) ["off reservation boarding schools" --
"residential schools"] --
Leaving home --
Learning a culture other than our own --
Acceptance and resistance --
II. "Our way of life is something we are proud of" (1930-1945) --
A change in point of view --
A Community school --
World War II --
III. "It was a beautiful school" (1946-1962) --
A Part of the family --
The Closing of Santa Fee Indian School --
IV. "This School belongs to the Pueblo People" (1963-1990) [Indians, Aboriginal peoples, First Nations] --
The Contracting of Albuquerque Indian School --
The Return to Santa Fe Indian School --
Santa Fe Indian School today --
The Path to self-determination : American Indian Education, 1940-1990 / Dr. Margaret Connell Szasz.
Other Titles: Native American education at the Santa Fe Indian School
Responsibility: by Sally Hyer ; with an introduction by Joseph Abeyta and an essay by Margaret Connell Szasz.

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"The Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS) is a secondary school (middle and high school) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. It was founded in 1890[2] as a boarding school for Native American children from the state's Indian pueblos. But in the course of its history, the school has also served as a major cultural catalyst for the Native American community throughout the United States. Beginning as a boarding school for students, the school expanded its offerings in the 1920s and 1930s."--Wikiped. July 31, 2013.

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